I have been loving that so many people are getting back to making vision boards this year. There have been so many vision board parties going on it is unbelievable. I did not get to attend any of the parties but I did make two vision boards. So, if you're like me and didn't get to attend any of the parties but still want to make one or you want to add to one you have already made keep reading; I want to help you. More than likely you ended up here from the video that I made to go with this post, but, just in case you didn't you can view it here.
I have been wanting to do a vision board for a long time but there were a couple of times I was waiting on friends to do it together and it got away from me. This year I wasn't going to let that happen.
First, let's start with the steps needed to complete your board.
1. Purchase or put together items
The items that I used are:
- Poster board
The poster board of course serves as your base. I actually made two boards: one strictly for 2018 and the other for the next five years. I used stencils to create titles for my board. I purchased these 3 inch stencils from Michael's.
The only issue that I had with the stencils is that it was difficult to really make sure my spacing was good between the letters and the words. You could trace them all then paint but for me it was easier to put the paint directly on the stencils because I didn't have to worry as much about preciseness. Something much easier would be to just use large stickers, like I did at the bottom of my board.
I purchased a few different kinds of stickers from Michaels. I first searched for sets that matched things I wanted to put on the board like for buying my car...